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4434Compressible Aerodynamics Calculator
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This calculator is designed to replace tables (e.g. NACA 1135) in performing basic compressible aerodynamics calculations. It is designed for those learning, teaching or using compressible aerodynamics. It computes (both forward and backward) isentropic flow, normal shock and oblique shock relations. It also has a scratch pad for doing the additional arithmetic usually needed to solve compressible aero problems.Buoyant Force II
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The motion of an object placed in a fluid is simulated. The densities of the block and fluid, and the coefficient of friction between the block and fluid, can be changed. Oscillatory motion is seen as the block comes to rest, in cases where it can float.CFD Online
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A resource page for computational fluid dynamics. Includes links to software, resources, references, documentation, conferences, workshops, and so on.Fluid Mechanics
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This course introduces fluid mechanics, the study of how and why fluids (both gaseous and liquid) behave the way they do. This course focuses on applications to two specialized situations: flow in pipes and flow around submerged objects (wings for example). In particular, the student will learn to calculate pressure drops in piping systems and forces around submerged objects when exposed to flow. The course concludes with a brief introduction to the complexities of compressible flow, as opposed to flow in which the fluid density is constant. This free course may be completed online at any time. See course site for detailed overview and learning outcomes. (Mechanical Engineering 201)Fluids
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=*/++Introduction to a large collection of tutorials and simulations on fluids.Hydraulic Lifts
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Tutorial and applet on basic fluid dynamics, focusing on the physics of hydraulic presses.Introductory Physics Lab e-Manual
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An electronic laboratory manual for introductory physics consisting of videos (on principles and laboratory procedure) in streaming Windows media format, a pdf file of the PowerPoint slides upon which the lectures are based, and an Excel spreadsheet for laboratory data. Question pools aligned with learning objectives are available from the author for instructors using Blackboard.MyPhysicsLab
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A collections of java applet simulations of classical dynamical systems. Also includes video animations of fluid and reactive systems.Physics Demo Videos
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A collection of over 140 videos of Physics Demonstrations covering a wide variety of topics, from mechanics to atomic. Videos are offered in both real and mpg formats.Pressure and Flow Rate (Ohm's Law)
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A series of animations that show how the flow of rate of water is analogous to current.